Posted on July 3, 2014

Wimbledon Centre Court Fashion

Romantique/ Wardrobe

Wimbledon Tennis Centre Court Street Style 2014

This year marked my first time watching the tennis live at Wimbledon’s All England Club. I was lucky enough to win tickets for centre court through the public ballot.

What an exciting day it was! For everyone who thinks they cannot sit through a 3-hour tennis match: Fear not, there’s plenty to do and see on the SW19 tennis grounds. 19 accessible outdoor courts offer a diversity of matches: Women, men and doubles. You can flick between courts, go for a coffee or Pimms in one of the food tents or spot famous players warming up on one of the practice courts.

The look of Wimbledon? Classicly preppy, the must-have items of this year:

– Ray ban wayfarers
– Straw fedora hats
– Demure, knee-lengths summer dresses inspired by Tennis fan K-mid herself
– Espadrilles wedges

Wimbledon Tennis Centre Court 2014
I am wearing (3 of the above)

– Straw Fedora from TK maxx
– Espadrilles by Bally
– Gingham playsuit by Max Mara
– Shades by Ray Ban
– Crossbody bag by Moschino

Wimbledon tennis player Alicja Rosolska playing a brilliant double match for over two hours!

Wimbledon tennis ace Alicja Rosolska playing a brilliant double match for over two hours! Photo by Romantique and Rebel.

Myself and Mr Romantique enjoying a match on an outdoor court.

Mr Romantique and I enjoying a match on an outdoor court.

Novak Djokovic Wimbledon 2014

Novak Djokovic, world number 2 male tennis player,  fist pumping on centre court! Photo by Romantique and Rebel

 

The Queen of Preppy, Kate Middleton, in a sailor Alexander McQueen dress at Wimbledon 2012

The Queen of Preppy, Kate Middleton, in a sailor Alexander McQueen dress at Wimbledon 2012

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